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Internet Freedom Questioned by Government

Internet Freedom Questioned by Government

By: Chace Lauring Internet freedoms are under attack. Here in America and internationally laws are being pushed forward that limit citizen’s basic rights and disrupt free access to the internet.   If you pay attention to news or social media at all you will remember the fierce protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act back [...]

Rick Santorum to the Rescue?

Rick Santorum to the Rescue?

By: Michael Gawlik Rick Santorum is America’s last hope.  Or at least he seems to think so. The 2012 Republican primary candidate is the nation’s last chance at reverting America to the land of milk and honey which once was.  Having fashioned himself as the second coming of Christ, conservative style, Santorum hopes to take [...]

PRO: Should Schools be Allowed to View Student’s Social Networks?

PRO: Should Schools be Allowed to View Student’s Social Networks?

By: Jacqueline Shandler You may regret that last tweet. Sure, the first excuse is that only your “followers” can see it, but that is not the case. In reality, that tweet might be seen by your principal, the admissions director of your dream college, or even the executive of the company you have applied for. [...]

Tryst

Tryst

By, Courtney Enthrone     Tryst. Webster’s dictionary defines the word as a private, romantic rendezvous between lovers.  In early November, our nation was shocked when allegations came out against teen pop sensation Justin Bieber claiming that at age 17, he had fathered three month old baby Trystyn Yeater. The baby’s mother, 20 year old [...]

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day

  By: Nayla Sater It appeared to be one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Several frenzied shoppers ran around the store in search of the perfect gifts. No, this was not Black Friday or the holiday season. The time has come again for Valentines Day, and several people are on a mission [...]

Reality TV

Reality TV

  By: Annie Reed      Call me nuts, but I think it is fairly safe to say that none of the students at Lahser get Botox, party on the Jersey Shore or find their so called “soul mate’ out of fifteen pre-chosen candidates. That does not mean that Bloomfield Hills is immune to the reality [...]

Do Students have too Much Homework? (No)

Do Students have too Much Homework? (No)

By: Ellyce Ferguson With students complaining endlessly about the excessive workload that they receive, it causes an underlying question to be asked; Do students receive too much work? Lahser High School students have seven classes, and a lot of work in most of them. The complaints are never ending and the students are highly stressed. Although students [...]

Too Much Homework Pro

Too Much Homework Pro

By: Shannon McAvoy Though many teachers believe they are helping their students by loading them with hours upon hours of homework every night, it has yet to occur to teachers that they may be hurting their students. Scientifically, a little bit of stress is healthy, however too much stress causes students to perform poorly and [...]

Cell Phone Policy Pro

Cell Phone Policy Pro

By: Annie Reed The resourceful student whips out his three-pound dictionary to look up the definitions of the newly assigned vocabulary words… NOT. Why is it necessary to lug around a book big enough to contain the entrance to Narnia, when all you need is a simple smart phone? In this world of constantly evolving [...]

The 8th Hour

The 8th Hour

Here is a Poll for you to decide wether or not you like the idea of going from an 7 hour school day to an 8 hour school day next year.  

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